After the Hôtel Paradis, Adrien Gloaguen opens a new building in the heart of the theater district and the Grands Boulevards. Housed in the building of the former Opera Madrid, the Hotel Panache reviews the codes of the nineteenth century and Art Nouveau, adapted to modern tastes. The old Zazou pastry has turned into a neighborhood table under the leadership of David Lanher (Caffè Stern, Racines, Paradis, Noglu …). In the lobby, the hotel reception and its glass ball lamps recall the friendly Viennese cafés of Adolf Loos. In bottom line, the idea of a refuge, timeless, with an aesthetics signed by Dorothee Meilichzon. On seven floors, 40 rooms all different disclaim a wide range of colors and transform the architecture of the building sometimes tortured in original rooms such as the surrealistic capsule apartment with terrace and garden on the 1st floor or the suite in the attic.